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BMI: body mass index; PFM: pelvic floor muscles; VAT: ventilatory anaerobic threshold.
1982) A comparison of gas exchange indices used to detect the anaerobic threshold.
The regressions were applied to study workload curve adjustments and the relationship between the anaerobic threshold values as determined by different models and other metabolic variables.
Regarding the metabolic cost, it is noted an apparent paradox: CSS1 maintains the anaerobic threshold for 33.
2]max, ventilatory and anaerobic thresholds in rhythmic gymnasts and young female dancers.
Since soccer is a relatively high intensive physical activity so it is not surprising that the reduction in aerobic power, anaerobic power, percentage of maximum oxygen consumption at anaerobic threshold, fat percentage, agility, speed, flexibility, weight and height can cause dysfunction in neurological-muscular and support systems and undermine the performance of the athletes.
1) The anaerobic threshold marks the onset of anaerobic metabolism as a result of inadequate oxygen delivery.
The anaerobic threshold is a useful concept " in Wasserman et al, 1973.
When comparing the maximum rates of anaerobic and aerobic metabolism, anaerobic has a much higher maximum rate and, therefore, glycolysis is depended upon to produce the extra ATP beyond anaerobic threshold.
Beta-alanine, the endurance ingredient, was also added to raise the anaerobic threshold in athletes; Stage Three: Post-exercise recovery is addressed with Recovery Matrix, which contains whey to reduce protein lost during exercise, and casein, a protein that is absorbed over time and readily restores and grows resting muscle.
The anaerobic threshold, also known as the 'lactate threshold', referred to an exercise intensity at which blood lactate steadily increased above the stable concentration observed at lower workloads.